1931: William Walton takes a huge choir and a massive symphony orchestra, adds a couple of brass bands, and blows English music sky-high. Big, brassy and shamelessly savage, Belshazzar’s Feast is nothing less than outrageous: a stunning showcase for the CBSO’s famous choruses. No-one makes music sound more thrilling than John Wilson – except, perhaps, James Ehnes in Samuel Barber’s gorgeous Violin Concerto!